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November 21, 2011 at 7:00 AM

Ludovic Morlot back in Beantown

Seattle Symphony music director morlot.JPGLudovic Morlot is not just a man about town – he is a man about a couple of continents. He recently left Europe to help out at the Boston Symphony, left conductorless after James Levine resigned earlier this year. Morlot is no stranger in Boston as he was assistant conductor under Levine from 2004-2007. Read a review of Morlot’s Nov. 17 appearance in Boston here.

(Ludovic Morlot photo by Sussie Ahlburg)

Comments | Topics: Boston Symphony, James Levine, Ludovic Morlot

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